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Sales and Trading Summer Analyst Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at UBS.
Applied through online and had a phone interview before being invited to AC. Had to take one numercial test (paper, 20 questions in 20 min). Also had a case study (30 minutes to prepare). Had just one interview all the questions were behavioral.
- Most of the questions were behavioral so guess the most difficult question was what are the recent trends in the market? Answer Question
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Sales and Trading Summer Analyst InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at UBS (New York, NY) in December 2011.
Submitted my resume/cover letter through school's career page, but I don't think that's how I got the interview. They were on campus and I went out with a few of their reps to dinner and bars after an information session; I was told that night I'd get an interview. There were two phone interviews, mostly behavioral with one or two markets related questions. I was then invited to the Superday, which consisted of six 30-minute interviews, back to back. Again, the interviews were mostly behavioral but a little bit more geared toward market-based questions. One guy asked me what stocks I was following, to which I had no good answer. Luckily the next interviewer came in just in time to interrupt us. I also got a really easy probability question from one of the interviewers.
- This wasn't difficult, but it's the only specific question I can remember. You're playing basketball and you're down by 2. You know you can hit a 2-pointer to tie the game with 28% probability, and then go on to win the game in overtime with 50% probability. Alternatively, you know you can hit a 3-pointer and win with 15% probability. Which do you take? 2 Answers
Sales and Trading Summer Analyst InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at UBS (Stamford, CT) in January 2011.
I had three phone interviews in four days. The phone interviews mostly consisted of fit questions and explaining my interest in finance. I did get some market based questions to make sure I read the news (did you see bank earnings reports, Ford or GM, BOA or Citi, etc.). Got one question on probability.
- Which would you choose to invest in...Ford or GM? 1 Answer
Summer Analyst Sales and Trading InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at UBS (Hongguangnongchang (China)) in October 2010.
The guy just asked a few questions related to my resume. Other than that there were two Probability based questions. And also a few questions on Statistics.
- What is India's GDP for 2009-10? 1 Answer